bhm Womens Talk

Women’s Talk- BAME Women in Leadership, Influential and powerful positions

BME Women in Leadership positions can bring A lot of positive elements to an organisation, but most importantly a change to the narrative of leadership, influence and power. 

what can we do to empower other BAME women’s to get into leadership positions? How can this motivate a future generation of BAME Leaders?

Join us this month as we discuss the importance BAME women play in organisations and how can encourage a future generation of women leaders.

Date: 30th October 2021

Time: 10:30 AM– 12:00 PM      

Location: Via Zoom

Joining Link:


Black History Month 2021- #letstalkaboutit

I am excited to announce an event for 11-18 years old, this is a series of workshops to teach young people about Black inventors, political leaders and inspirational people who have made a positive difference. Using social media, film making and event planning they will learn how to create a social action campaign for positive change. 

Dates: Saturday 23rd -Friday 29th October

Time: 10am-3pm

Venue: Saturday will be at the Barking Learning Centre

and Monday-Friday will be at the Cranbrook Baptist Church in Ilford

 Registration: via this link

Age range: 11-18 years

Contact: 07906343050

bhm Girls Talk


Date: Friday 30th October

Time: 4-5 pm

As part of Redbridge Council and Barking and Dagenham Council’s Black History Month programme of events we will be running an online webinar about how Black girls are portrayed in social media, how to find positive role models online and how to become a positive influencer to others via social media.

Social media is an essential part of a young girls life. We will be discussing the impact of social media on young girls and how you can become a positive influencer.

Register here